WSU College of Education
  • Read about Mike Trevisan's Korea trip - and more - on his blog, Dean's Perspectives.

    Read about Mike Trevisan's Korea trip - and more - on his blog, Dean's Perspectives.

  • Goodbye to our Beloved President. March 1, 1956 - June 20, 2015.

    Goodbye to our Beloved President. March 1, 1956 - June 20, 2015.

  • College of Education to host its 2nd Annual TECH-Ed Conference. Don't miss it!

    College of Education to host its 2nd Annual TECH-Ed Conference. Don't miss it!

  • August 5-7, 2015: WSU to host 2nd International Argument-Based Inquiry Conference in Spokane.

    August 5-7, 2015: WSU to host 2nd International Argument-Based Inquiry Conference in Spokane.

  • Join our journey! We put all our photos on our Flickr account! Check 'em out!

    Join our journey! We put all our photos on our Flickr account! Check 'em out!

  • The Martinez Foundation helps increase our state's teacher diversity. Just ask COE grad Kevin Takisaki.

    The Martinez Foundation helps increase our state's teacher diversity. Just ask COE grad Kevin Takisaki.

  • New Go Cougs TV spots: visit our page to watch the spots, then vote on your favorite!

    New Go Cougs TV spots: visit our page to watch the spots, then vote on your favorite!

Commentary

 

Getting WA's charter schools right

Originally published in Dec. 2012, the Seattle Times has republished A.G. Rud's co-written op-ed. Full Story »

 

Women & Academic Leadership

In the Chronicle of Higher Education, Dr. Kelly Ward examines women leaning back from the ladder of academic progress. Full Story »

 

What prepares excellent teachers

College of Education deans for both WSU and University of Idaho respond to national report. Full Story »


News Bites

TV story on summer science camp

KLEW interviewed associate professor Andy Cavagnetto about his role in teaching science to young students, even during the summer. Watch»

Hockey experts weighs in

Assoc. professor John Wong and asst. professor Robert Catena were interviewed by WalletHub about a variety of hockey-related issues. Wong» Catena»

New assistant state sup an Ed.D. grad

Ken Emmill has been appointed as Washington state's new assistant superintent for career and college readiness. Emmill has his Doctor of Education from WSU.

 

Principal cert grad featured in new video

Renee Froembling has seen Luis Servin's amazing story first-hand. Tacoma Schools has released a new video highlighting the young man, with words from Renee. Watch»

 

Pasco names its new superintendent

Pasco has chosen its new superintendent, Michelle Whitney, who earned her master's in counseling from COE, and is currently in our superintendent program. More»

 

Ed.D. grad named to national sups org

Moses Lake School District superintendent Michelle Price has been named to the national executive committee of the American Association of School Administrators. More»

WSU's Mom of the Year has COE ties

Naseem Shah is this year's Mom of the Year. She must have been great because she raised Nasreen Shah, a fantastic counseling psychology Ph.D. student.

 

Tri-Cities professor published in NW Lawyer

A college professor's work in NW Lawyer? When it comes to English Language Learners, it's about equal access! More»

 

AG Rud Faculty Senate Chair-Elect

AG Rud, distinguished professor of Cultural Studies and Social Thought in Education, has been elected as the Faculty Senate's Chair-Elect for the next academic year.

 

Ed Leadership grad heading home

Amy Eveskcige earned her Doctor of Education, as well as superintendent credentials, from COE. She's now been named as the new superintendent of her home community's Chief Leschi Schools.

 

 

The Daily Evergreen: An Untold Story

COE doctoral student Abd AlHadi Basheer share his personal story, "The Untold Story of Palestinian Life" on Jan. 16, 2015. More»

 

Profs inducted into Teaching Academy

Drs. Beller, Egbert and Frost have a passion for not only teaching, but doing it right. Now, they're being honored. More»

 

Dean's book improves upon ed assessment

Times change. And educational programs change. That requires educational evaluation methods to evolve, as well. More»

 

COE student teachers excel

The edTPA scores for our 80 student teachers came in on 11/20. All 80 passed their teacher performance assessment!!! Congrats!

 

Graduate student wins travel award

Bruce Austin was selected – and given the financial means – to present at an educational evaluation conference in Maryland. More»

"Sports prob in America not what you think"

Sport Management assistant professor Simon Licen speaks with The Guardian about sports and expectation of moral arbiters. More»

 

 

Heste Terapi i Danmark

Phyllis Erdman, who helps run PATH to Success, recently was a guest lecturer in Denmark. More»

Lesson Planning with Common Core

The work Amy Roth McDuffie and others are doing with Delta math teachers is gaining national attention. Read report»

 

Video: Kinesiology for the community

Students in Jennifer Beller's kinesiology classes monitored flexibility and balance at the SEL Health Day. Watch»

 

Media: Stand up at work for better health

Robert Catena, ass't prof. of kinesiology, is quoted in the Seattle Times about the health benefits of standing while at work. More»

 

Video games to help K-12 science research

Ass't prof. Rich Lamb has developed a way to use artificial intelligence to mimick student thinking about science. More»

 

$100,000 on the table

Teacher Elissa Dornan, a current principal certification student, is in the running for a $100,000 teaching grant. More»

 

Virtual 5K on TV news

This year's Virtual 5K will help fund research for assistant professor Simon Ličen. KLEW (CBS) spoke to Ličen and Amy Cox. Watch»

 

Media: Math teachers go back to school

Jo Clay and her team are helping teachers help students, specifically in how to meet Common Core Math Standards. More»

 

Prof published by national organization

Amy Roth McDuffie has been published by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. More»

 

With flying colors...

All teacher candidates from WSU Tri-Cities recently passed their edTPA portfolios (WA's teacher performance assessment). More»

 

Consider the dragon

Assoc. professor John Wong is in the Summer 2014 WA State Magazine, in regards to Bruce Lee's influence on Chinese culture. More»

 

Prof win prestigious award

Ass't professor Sola Adesope was named by AERA as this year's outstanding early career researcher. More»

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